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fear not >> to be clear, i don't think we should give up on everything in the constitution. the constitution has many important and inspiring provisions. but we should obey these because they are important and inspiring, not because a bunch of people who are now long dead favored them two centuries ago. ah, so in other words, we should pick and choose what provisions of the constitution we should follow. by the way, who gets to choose? we should just ignore the ones that get in the way, like the whole rule require that this president of the united states has to be born in america. >> unfortunately, the constitution also contains some provisions that are not so inspiring. suppose that barack obama really wasn't a natural-born citizen. so what. >> that's exactly how liberals view the constitution in this day and age. when it stands in the way of the implementation of their left-wing agenda -- so what? just ignore it.
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it's the constitution that gives cbs news and the good professor the right to spew this nonsense in the first place. so instead of trashing the document, maybe the network, maybe the professor should simply say, thank you. that's all the time we have left this evening. as always, thank you for being with us. the news continues. greta's next to go "on the record." we'll see you back here tomorrow night. >> the president is targeting no me now. the president said this, one of the biggest factors is going to be how the media shapes debates. if a republican member of congress is not punished on fox news or by rush limbaugh on working on a bill of common interest, you will see more of
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them doing. >> it if fox news and i are the only thing keeping the republicans from caving to barack obama on every issue, i am not paid enough. >> it is almost unparitiy, talking to the press and saying it is conservative press is doing it on. >> in an interview with "the new republic," rather than be focused on the employment situation or the debt, the big problems that obama has are fox news and me. obama said to "the new republic," he would get a lot more done without fox news and rush limbaugh. the rest of the media's in the tank. everybody else has fallen in line. there is no opposition. other than fox news and limbaugh. one of the reasons that fox news and i stand out like sore thumbs here is because the rest of the media is gone, they're in the tank, they have long ago ceased doing their job. they are not reporting, they are
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not curious, they are not holding obama accountable. they are on board. they are part of the agenda advancement team. >> why is the president singling out and blaming fox for a lack of bipartisanship in washington? chief political respondent byron york joins us. is fox guilty? or he doesn't like how fox challenges his policies? >> i think the president thinks he's in for a big fight. if you go back and see when he has brought up fox and when the white house has brought up fox, it's when they are in big fights. october 200 19, big fight over obamacare. annetta dunn starts talking about fox as the wing of the republican party, blaming opposition to obamacare on fox, singling out fox. summer of 2011, big fight over the debt ceiling at the time. jay carney, white house press secretary accuses ed henry, our white house correspondent of spouting republican talking
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points. and now, to get into this fight over more and more spending. we have had a debt ceiling fight and a fiscal cliff fight, the president's talking about fox again. >> it would be so much better if he would man up and get in the arena. instead, he sits on the sidelines and talks to the comfortable media -- i don't blame him. but it's easy to take a shot. but he can come here. r. he will be treated with respect. bill o'reilly -- he would never talk to sean. but sean would be respectful am but he doesn't, you know, he won't come here -- and -- >> the research has shown more democrats watch fox than republicans watch some of the other news networks. if you go back to the debt ceiling fight, one of the things that angered the white house was republicans were saying, repeatedly, the president hasn't put forth a plan. wais his plan to cut spending? the answer was, you are just spouting fox talking points. that's when they get mad.
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when you ask them for substantive commitment on an issue, which is what you have seen the last few weeks. >> we call the democratic party every night. congressman will come on -- congressman van hollen. but what i hear from some when they pull me aside, not those two, but some is that they get into trouble with their leadership if they come on fox. there is peer pressure within the democrats. >> i mean, there is all sorts of enforcement mechanisms for each party. parties have constituencies, democratic party, organized labor, they don't like to cross those constituencies, so they often accuse the other party of being too cowardly. >> i guess i haven't been in the criminal courts where there is a really strong debate -- it's sort of stunning to me that members of a party wouldn't go on ms-nbc or here or cnn. if you think they are supposed
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to be dealing with ahmadinejad of iran but they are squabbling with the networks. >> he said, there are lots of republicans who would work with the democrats, but they are afraid of being punished by fox. there is a lot of significant difference between the republicans and the democrats on the hill. fox news has nothing to do with this. they have significantly different visions of how much government -- money the government should spend and how much it should tax. >> of course, there is the suggestion in the article that the democrats are more inclined to compromise. of course, i have held senator harry reid's fight to the fire on the budget business because unless he puts a budget on the table, there can't begin to be a discussion to compromise. so, you know -- he should call up senator reid and tell him to start compromising. >> the president has said that for a long time, said that he and the democrats are more willing to compromise, but somehow, the compromise doesn't happen. >> as they say, never dull.
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i heard you got locked out of your house today. >> i'm back in. >> a little-known fact about byron york, he was locked out of his house today. >> we think that hell just froze over. bipartisanship on capitol hill. eight senators -- republicans and democrats -- proposing new and wide-ranging plan for immigration reform. one of the senators, lindsay graham joins us. good evening. are we going to get bipartisan immigration reform. >> there will be no immigration reform unless it's bipartisan. but if you want to talk about the president being a bold leader n. 200 vefn, he folded like a cheap suit when the labor got mad at the bill to allow temporary workers, senator obama put a sunset on the temporary worker provision, which destroyed the bill for business. so i don't need a lecture from barack obama about bipartisanship. he was never very good at it in the senate. if you are going to get a bill,
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you need the president involved. so, mr. in the, when you speak to the nation about immigration reform, i hope you don't suggest you are going to take a pathway to citizenship and delinq it from border security because if you don't secure the border, you are going to have 12 million illegal immigrants 20 years from now. >> president obama gave a speech about immigration reform at american university in nl july of 2009 and listened to the speech. at the time, he had a democratic house and a democrat senate. why would he not take advantage and do immigration reform? is it because you can't move multiple bills through congress you? can't eat and chew gum at the same time? or wasn't his heart in it? >> he promised immigration reform in the first year of his presidency and he led off with obamacare and that took all the oxygen out of the room. >> couldn't he do both? >> obamacare took the whole year, the place was divided and
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bitter. and all the political capital he had in that first year of his presidency, he picked the most divisive issue he could find, rather than bringing us together, he passed a bill on party-line votes, corn husker kickback, louisiana purchase, behind closed door, not one republican voted for it in the senate, if he focused on comprehensive immigration reform in a bipartisan fashion, it would have been done in 2009. >> couldn't they have been done at the same time? there is newno rule -- >> no, but there is a logic to spending your political capital wisely and keeping your word. he promised comprehensive immigration reform. he didn't lift a finger. here we are, a bunch of republicans and democrats in the senate, leading yet again on this issue. i hope the president, when he speaks tomorrow will understand that to get this done, he is going to have to be a genuine bipartisan partner and not create political friction over this.
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this will not get done without the president being involved. >> how come the senate bipartisan senate group today come out -- came out and made the announcement about the senate plan, it's an outline of a plan, knowing that the president was going to go up to nevada tomorrow and announce his? was that to undermine the president? >> no, it was to let the president know that if you want to get a deal done, if you want to solve the problem, here's the blueprint. you -- >> couldn't he have waited to until wednesday. >> i don't know why he's doing. >> this i want to know why you were doing this the day before him. >> we were talking with the white house a long time. we said, let's try to come together. we have to get the house on the board and we have to get the president on board because you can't pass a bill through the senate and make it law. >> you don't think it's funny that you came out a day before and took the wind out of his sails? >> it wasn't funny at all i. i mean peculiar. >> what's peculiar is that the president wants to go and basically chart a different
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path. and what i have heard about what he is going to say -- he's going to say there is no need to link a pathway to citizenship to border security. excuse me, mr. president. the last time we provided a pathway to citizenship and didn't secure our border was in 1986. i am not going to do that again. we are never going to do that again. we are never going to allow people to have legal status until we secure our border. >> all right. senator hagel's been nominated by the president for secretary of defense. how are you going to vote on that one? >> tell extend on what he says at the hearing thursday. but i am not going to vote on a new secretary of defense until the old secretary of defense, leon panetta -- who i like very much -- testifies about what happened in benghazi. i haven't forgotten what happened in benghazi. hillary clinton got a view -- got away with murder. she said she had a clear-eyed view of the threats. >> you had 10 hours with her.
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>> our guys tried to ask questions, she was very good on her feet, deflecting the questions. but she said two things that will come back to haunt her. that they had a clear-ide assessment of the threats in libya and they had close contact with the libyan government. i don't believe either one of them. >> is secretary panetta going to testify? >> i am going to block hagel from going forward until he does. >> you are going to block him? >> absolutely. why would we not want to happen during the afac itself? what happened for seven hours? why were there no military assets available on september 11. >> why has he been called by the house? >> i have no idea. what did the president do? when did the president first get notified of the attack? what did he do for those seven hours? if he did order assets to go in and help, when did he give the order? and what did he say when they told him, there is nothing we can do. >> dick cheney says he is
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worried that new attempts to gun control could put us, quote in a bad situation. griff jenkins hit the ground in arizona at a convention. >> reporter: the debate over gun control, gun violence in america's playing out in every corner of the country. we came here to reno, nevada, where the safari club international is holding one of the largest gathering of hunters, sportsmen, gun owners and governor manufacturers to find out how they feel that the issues that most directly impact them, their livelihood and certainly, their passion.
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>> i'm worried that we may end up in a proposal or a proposition that does in fact threaten the rights of law-abiding americans and at the same time doesn't do anything with respect to the problem that everybody's concerned about in terms shooting such as happened in connecticut. i find, especially in groups like -- the group here and an awful lot of my folks in wyoming who supported me all those years in congress are very, very concerned that there is an adequate regard for the rights of law-abiding citizens. we understand that there is clearly an effort underway. but one of the things we have done in wyoming with respect to jackson hole, where i live, with respect to safety in the schools, we have a deputy sheriff -- armed deputy sheriff at the schools in the city. that's probably a more effective deterrent than anything that congress seems to be debating that they -- going to -- they are going to try.
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>> there are many things that that we can do to help keep guns away from the people who are wanting to do harm to others will. you know, i don't believe that keeping gun away from law-abiding citizens is going to stop criminals from doing bad things. vilearned dedication, determination, skins and the value of hard work, all through shooting. so i think there are a lot of positive things from people learning how to use guns responsibly. >> we have people that, you know, are crazy in our society. and to attempt to eliminate a single tool that they have at their means to harm other people, when they have thousands of tools at their access, from a chevy pickup truck to a machete to a baseball bat, is ridiculous. >> they are taking our rights away. they are not looking at the real problem. they have an agenda to disarm the country.
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>> how worried are you that president obama's gun control plan threatens the second amendment rights of every law-abiding america? >> i think a lot of people are, especially after what happened last week with respect to the -- d.c. circuit court of appeals found that -- that he operated unconstitutionally, in violation on the recess a-- piles. a year ago, he put three people on the board, claim that this senate was in recess and therefore, he could use that power to appoint them and in fact, it was not in recess. it's gone through the courts. we have seen the d.c. circuit, one of the highest courts in the land, next to the supreme court, say that what he defense unconstitutional. so the concern is eye think very real and very legitimate that the administration sometimes isn't as -- cautious or as precise, if you will, there was
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a deliberate case where in fact the courts have found that he violated the constitution. >> the sheriff has a message for milwaukee residents -- get your guns. a new radio ad, sheriff david clark jr., urging people to fight back against criminals, saying calling 911 and waiting is no longer your best option. he joins us. nice to see you, sheriff. >> good it see you, greta. >> so, sheriff, what provoked this ad? >> first of all, i have a duty and responsibility as a law enforcement executive to be honest with the public about the state of things. and in the milwaukee area, sherman park neighborhood to be specific, there is a burglary and a street robbery problem. it's basically all over the north side of milwaukee. and because of cuts in law enforcement, 1500 milwaukee police officers are furloughed -- i'm sorry, three days each, that's 4500 fewer
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officer days on the street. my agency had to lay off 42 deputies last year. i can sit back and whine about that or i can come up with some new, creative ways to get the public involved. i have always seen personal safety as an individual responsibility. so, you know, the calls for service continue to pile up. through no fault of the street officer, the response time its get delayed. there are certain things that celtses can do to protect themselves against street robberies and against burglaries. so what i am advising people to do is get in the game. you know? it's simply not enough all the time to just dial 911. i am not telling people not to did that. but if the wolf is at the door -- what i mean is that if the intruder's already inside your home, or if you are on the street and someone puts a gun up against your head to take your car or your wallet, there are things you can do. i want to partner with you.
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but you need to prepare yourself in this situation. several weeks ago, an off-duty milwaukee police officer was approached by a suspect on the street with a gun, who demanded his wallet. instead of reaching for his wallet, the officer pulled his weapon and blasted the suspect. i want that same availability to be had by law-abiding citizens n those situations -- >> let me ask you -- >> that's a decision that they have to make as to what they are going to do. >> not everyone agree. the milwaukee deputies sheriffs association says it's vigilantism. >> i'll tell you what -- if defending yourself or your family inside your home or defending yourself on the street from a would-be attacker is vigilantism, then the world is upside down. i would say, sign me up for it. people have that right and i think they have a duty to be prepared in those situations >> let me ask you a quick
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question and then i have to go. you had to lay off 42 deputies. if you didn't lay off the 42 deputies, do you think you would have made the ad? or is it in direct response to that? >> well, it's not direct. my service -- my budget has been cut for several years. this is something -- most cities in america are facing this -- this thing with public safety resources beginning to dwindle. so we have to involve the public more. have you to give them some direction and tell them specifically what their options are and what you want them to do. >> thank you very much. thank you for joining us, sir. >> it's my pleasure. >> straight ahead, stunning news, a big new clue in the mysterious disappearance of the fashion mogul's plane. a live report from venezuela. an american wife, also a mother, disappears in turkey. her dream vacation, turning into a nightmare for her family. and hear from the friend who was supposed to be on that trip with the missioning woman, coming up.
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another surprise in the news, a queen stepping down from the throne, passing her crown to her son. the latest royal news from europe, coming up.
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>> the bag was found by a german tourist who, took it home with him and said he found it on the 10th of january, but didn't, you know, explore what it was until much later. he found the contact names of the owner of the bag and managed to get in touch with the owner because it wasn't a bag that belonged to anyone on the plane. the tourist had left on an earlier flight and there wasn't room for his luggage. and the german tourist was able to contact the man and tell him that his luggage had been found. >> where was the luggage found? was it floating in the water, washed up on hoar to suggest that the plane had crashed or found somewhere else? >> that's not clear from the information we have. given that it was found by a tourist, it suggests that it was possibly washed up on the beach or anyone an -- within an area that was accessible to people who didn't know the island very well. >> that was a direction wherefrom where the plane had taken off and was headd?
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currents could take something somewhere else. but is there anything significant about where it was found from the point of depart and you are where they were headed? >> well, the plane would have been heading south towards the venezuela mainland and was lying towards the west. but nothing else much is in between. it's possible that the luggage could have drifted there if the plane crash into the sea. but there are other plankses, also, as to why that might be there. >> there has been no demand for any ransom. but the family remains somewhat suspicious. >> there has been no mention of a ransom, at least in the public domain. there is no information about that. but the family, you know, remains open, in the last few day, they have called on people here in venezuela if they have seen anything or know anything to come forward. there is the feeling that the find of the bag is another piece in the puzzle and they are not ready to give up hope. >> boy, the l wasn't
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on the plane with his bag. that's one lucky man. imhai, sarah, thank you. >> thank you. >> now, to an update on a disturbing case we told you about last week. a christian american pastor in iran -- tried, convicted and sentenced to 8 years in iran, with the government claiming he threatened iran's national security by trying to convert islamic youth to christiabity. he will serve a sentence in one of iran's most brutal prisons. the pastor's lawyer calling it a mockery of justice and the wife who, lives in idaho says her family is devastated. coming up, an american mother of two vanishes in turkey. she had just told her husband back in the united states that she was on her way home. but she never boarded her plane and her passport and phone charger all left behind. the latest on the mysterious disappearance. and hear from her friend, who was supposed to be traveling with the missing woman. that's next. big royal news, a queen
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abdicating her throne after decades. a prince now set to become king. the latest from across the pond, coming up.
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>> lisa, they spoke to the woman -- the last time they spoke to her, what was she going to do? >> they thought she was going to get on the plane on tuesday. the last time she had communication with the family members was monday, the day before. the husband was told she didn't take that lane. there is a 33-year-old mother two of young boys, 9 years old and 11 years old and an avid photographer. this is her passion. she finally got a chance to go on her first overseas trip. she was supposed to go with a friend, but the friend was unavailable at the last moment. her husband, who i spoke with yesterday, in their apartment, he was fighting back tears telling me that, you know, i was worried about the her going on this trip. but when you love someone that much, you want to support them and help them to fulfill their dream. he was fighting back tears. last night, he and her brother got on a plane. they went to turkey. they are there today, working with the local officials and trying to find her as best they
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could. >> did she plan to travel anywhere else? was it from new york to istanbul? >> it was from newark to istanbul. there are reports from a friend of hers that she did take side excursions while she was in turkey. she went to munich and to amsterdam and she was in contact with a tour guide who was there. that's what some of the people closest to her are saying. >> that's a real weird geographical trip. if you are going on istanbul, you don't take a day trip to those two spots. there is something peculiar about that, if indeed that's true. >> there are a lot of questions about this because she was born and raised in the staten island section of new york city. she had never left there. she had never gone overseas. so this is not somebody who was a saned traveler. but it was someone who wanted to disprafl explore the world and take photographs in istanbul, which is a spectacularly beautiful city -- >> i understand that one. i understand that one. i don't understand going to
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istan scbul taking a day trip to munich -- >> and amsterdam. >> those are not day trips. that's all. that's what i thought odd. >> there were questions, she had been in communication with her family during this nearly three weeks she was gone, with one family member or another or her husband, every single day. and so, they were aware of, you know, her whereabouts. they also knew what she was up to. she stayed in close contact with them and then this mysterious disappearance right before she was supposed to come home. the husband is heart broken and he is in turkey. i spoke to the state department a short time ago. they say tathey are working closely with the turkish officials and the turkish police, looking at surveillance video for whatever is available to try to get more information on this. >> lisa, thank you. >> new york congressman michael grim has been talking with the family and helping with the search and a friend who was supposed to be on that trip is here. tell me, why didn't you go on the trip?
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any particular reason? why would she go alone? >> at the last minute, i couldn't afford the trip. i have a family of my own, so it was difficult for me to come up with the funds. >> congressman, i understand that they found at the hostel or the hotel where she was staying, they checked her room and found her passport and equipment chargers, other items. a seasoned traveler is not going to go to dinner without taking a passport. so that strikes me as odd. of course, she wasn't seasoned. but you are former fbi, what do you think? >> you just hit the nail on the head as far as she's never left the country before. she is not a seasoned traveler. the idea that she had her ipad and her telcell phone with her and left the chargers and everything else behind tells me she wasn't planning on leaving. she might have stepped out to get a bite to eat or something else. i don't find that odd. the other tngs, she want to germany and to amsterdam. she was gone several days.
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they were not day trips. she was gone several days and she sent pictures back. she liked to photograph bridges is my understanding. she was skyping with her children at night and things like that. seshe was gone several days traveling in europe. >> megdalinna, that was part of the original trip? >> no, it was part of the original plan. she wanted to see as much as she could of the country. she leved it. she was fascinated and she wanted to get the most that she accounted. that was all part of it. >> what is she like? an outgoing person? shy? >> she is extremely adventurous. she loves life. she is a giving person. she's very caring. but she's also very street smart. she is not going to disappear. this isn't her character. that's not -- that's not even a question. but she -- it's crazy to think about when you have to put into
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words the words you are going to pick and you can't think of much, other than just mime and remember -- she's incredible. >> congressman, is turkey cooperating with the state department and are they aggressively helping us? >> yes, i am very pleased. i have spoken with both ambassadors and the state department. the chief of the state department on the ground there, working closely. one good thing, the good thing here is that istanbul has a very, very good police department. a lot of them have already been trained with our fbi so they are taking this extremely seriously. they have elevated it to the highest levels and i have spoken with those both in our government and abroad that have elevated this to the highest level. they are taking this as serious as they can and they are doing everything possible, both governments are doing everything they possibly can. i am very comfortable in saying that. >> this is a terrifying story. i hope there is good news soon. if you both come back if you hear any news because like i
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said, this is one of those terrifying stories for this family. thank you, both. >> thank you. >> coming up, senator lamar alexander says the president has a bad habit of forgetting there is a u.s. senate. what does senator alexander mean. >> and it is an exciting week for the miami heat's lebron james. what were the nba champ's two most amazing moments. in 2 minutes.
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iment republicans senators declaring victory. >> we spoke with carp lamar alexander. nice to see you, sir. >> good to see you. >> the obama administration is not happy with the decision from
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the united states court of appeals, the d.c. circuit, which says that its appointments, president's appointments are unconstitutional in the pro forma recess. >> well, that's right. it said that the president made recess appointments at a time when the senate wasn't in recess. according to article 2, section 2 of the constitution, you can't do that. >> why did it take so long to be challenged? i think that has happened a number of times before. >> it has. but when the president did that, we talked about it in the senate. we republican senators that we could either blow up the senate and go out in the street and holler. we decided to use the system we have. so we hired an attorney to tyke the case to court and the judges unanimously ruled that the president exceeded his constitutional authority. it's an important one because this is the part of the constitution that says we don't want a tyrannical executive, that's why we have a country. i went to mt. vernon last year and our revolution was about restraining an imperial
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presidency, then a king. >> would the president not have been able to get the appointments through? what was the problem with the appointments to go to the appointment process? >> well, i don't know what his thinking was. but he has a bad hobt of forgetting there is a united states september. the constitution says there are 1100 positions, like secretary of state and member of the national labor relations board, that require teas advise and consent of the senate. if you send someone up here that senators don't want to confirm, then they can't be confirmed will. i was that way. president bush the first sent my name up here as education secretary 20 years ago and democratic senators hel me up for 3 months, that's what the senate does. >> a single republican could have held up the appointment. it is not that -- it's a -- that the senate majority's democrats. so one single republican -- >> no, not really. if -- 40 republicans, or 40 senators can block an appointment. it takes 40. >> okay.
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so -- wouldn't you expect that his appointment to the nlrb nlight of the fact there are so many democrats in the senate, that's a majority, that they would have gotten confirmed anyway. >> well, maybe. but if the appointees had said, we think we can get rid of the secret ballot in unielections by administrative order, instead of passing a law, i voted to block them and so would have almost all the republicans and they would have never made t. so the president was trying to do by his appointmented powers and his administrative orders what the congress won't permit him to do. he is forgetting that we have checks and balances. >> was the word out that the appointments were not going to get through? if they went through the normal conif i weration process? was the rumor on the street that they would be voted against? >> not necessarily, he only announced his nomination about 20 days before he finally appointed them in this back-handed sort of way. so there hadn't been enough time
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to build up much opposition -- he just decided, i think, that he was going to show the senate, if congress won't approve what he wants, he is going to do it on his own. the constitution doesn't permit that. >> what do you think senator harry reid thought of that? he's the majority leader? >> he complained about it. but in fact, senator reid developed the procedure that president bush had used when president bush declined to make recess appointments if the senate was in a pro forma session, which we were at the time. so what president obama did was violate a procedure that senator reid had created under president bush and president bush had respected. >> did senator reid say anything or give the indication he was in favor of fighting this with the president -- >> no, no, he didn't. you would think the majority leader would defend the institution of the senate. i know when... when president bush made recess appointment, senator kennedy didn't like it and he sued him in court. that's what we did in court and the court agreed with us. >> one quick explanation.
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a pro forma session versus a recess? >> well, that wasn't really important in this case because the court reared back and said, look -- let's say you are a 10th grader taking american history and you read the constitution, it says the president may make recess appointments only during the recess if the vacancy laps during the recess. and if you go back to the founding of the country, when you took carriages and horses to washington, it was created for a time when senators were gone for six months or seven months a year. so what the court says is if the vacancy doesn't occur during the annual recess between the two sessions of congress and if the president doesn't make the appointment during that time, during that -- annual -- during the recess between two sessions of congress, it's constitutionally invalid. >> nice to see you, sir. >> good to see you. >> there is news in the still
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unsolved jonbenet ramsey case. it turnsute a colrad row grand jury voted to indict her parents more than a decade ago. today a boulder newspaper reporting that in 1999, the grand jury wanted to indict scbrawn patsy ramsey on child abuse, resulting in death. jonbenet ramsey was bludgeoned and strangled in the basement of their home. prosecutors refused to go forward with the case, saying there was not enough evidence. >> straight ahead, casey anthony may be headed back to the courtroom. what is she up to now? and royal watchers, hold on to your crown, a long-time queen is giving up her throne and a new king is about to be crowned in europe. that's coming up.
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>> casey anthony was acquited of killing her two-year-old
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daughter, caylee. >> it tops our favorite twitter moments of the day. the associated press tweeting, dutch queen betrace will abdicate, after 33 years as head of state. prince william alexander to be queen. queen betrix of the netherlands clearing the way for her eldest son to be the first king in more than a century. out of sirria, the washington post tweeting, syria's president assad says his wife is pregnant. the syrian president, whose regime is embroiled in a civil war let the news slip in a newspaper interview. check out this tweet from south carolina governor nikki halley, watching "the bachelor," i'm amazed 25 girls would put themselves through this process of fighting for the same guy, so not worth it...
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>> now, you will remember, last week, he saved a dog left in the freezing cold. and the hill tweeting, on friday, clinton backers launched ready for hillary super pac in the 2016 campaign. there is no connection between the super pac and the secretary of state hillary clinton. and tomorrow night, secretary clinton goes "on the record." you dont want to miss our interview with secretary clinton, 10:00 p.m. tomorrow night. what are your favorite tweets of the day? follow me on twitter at gretawire and send me your top picks with hash tag gret a. what would our country be like if a child were president? a new video paints that picture, you will see it next.
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>> it's time for last call. our country getting a big pep talk from a little kid, releasing an uplifting new video. here it is. >> i want to be the one that leads.


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